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‘Ifil must make up for his mad Aberdeen FC moment’

McGhee’s challenge to defender


By Charlie Allan :wave:


Published: 28/09/2010


ABERDEEN FC defender Jerel Ifil was today challenged to prove he can bounce back from his penalty pain against Rangers.


Aberdeen FC manager Mark McGhee described the tackle Ifil made on winger Vladimir Weiss to gift the Gers a spot kick as “a moment of madness”.


But he confirmed the rash challenge, which helped the SPL champions battle back from 2-0 down to win 3-2, won’t cost Ifil his place in the team for Saturday’s clash with Inverness Caley Thistle.


For more on this story and bumper coverage of Aberdeen FC, pick up a copy of today’s Evening Express or read our digital edition now.


Aberdeen FC’s Mackie taking aim at Inverness Caley

Darren ready to lead the line


By Sean Wallace


Published: 28/09/2010


DARREN Mackie today called for the chance to lead the Aberdeen FC attack and shoot down Inverness Caley Thistle.


Striker Chris Maguire is suspended for the trip to the Highlands after being red carded in the 3-2 loss to Rangers.


On-loan Rangers signing Andrius Velicka is struggling with an ankle injury and is doubtful for the clash.


Mackie has been used primarily as a wide midfielder this season.


But he insisted he is ready to lead the Aberdeen FC line with on-form striker Scott Vernon, who has now bagged five goals in his last four starts.


For more on this story and coverage of Aberdeen FC, pick up a copy of today’s Evening Express or read our digital edition now.


In/Oot: In

Prematch: Parents' hoose

Match: Main stand

Post Match: Parents' hoose

Prediction: 0-0

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I see Ifil will be keeping his place in the the team for this one according to MMG in the EE.


Means fuck all, did he not say similar about Howard after the Utd defeat?

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no, definitely not of the band. He was standing on the "junction" of Buchanan St & Gordon St just looking around, really smugly with his unwashed hair and his man bag, as if he was just waiting for someone to go up and ask for his autograph. Someone went up to ask for a picture and he just looked so bored with the life of a rockstar...

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VERNESS Caley Thistle face an injury crisis for Saturday’s home SPL clash with Aberdeen FC.


Jags boss Terry Butcher will miss David Proctor (ankle), Kevin McCann (groin), Kenny Gillet (knee), Chris Innes (hamstring), Lee Cox (ankle) and Dani Sanchez (knee).


Butcher said: “The situation is not ideal and I will have to patch up the squad.”


So thats both squads suffering.



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